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Robert Dekle
Robert Dekle
Professor of Economics, USC
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Unbalanced trade
R Dekle, J Eaton, S Kortum
American Economic Review 97 (2), 351-355, 2007
5382007
Global rebalancing with gravity: Measuring the burden of adjustment
R Dekle, J Eaton, S Kortum
IMF staff papers 55 (3), 511-540, 2008
5322008
Agglomeration and land rents: evidence from the prefectures
R Dekle, J Eaton
Journal of Urban Economics 46 (2), 200-214, 1999
2471999
A quantitative analysis of China's structural transformation
R Dekle, G Vandenbroucke
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 36 (1), 119-135, 2012
2272012
Industrial concentration and regional growth: evidence from the prefectures
R Dekle
Review of Economics and Statistics 84 (2), 310-315, 2002
2122002
Domestic bank regulation and financial crises: Theory and empirical evidence from East Asia
R Dekle, K Kletzer
Preventing currency crises in emerging markets, 507-558, 2002
1562002
Saving-investment associations and capital mobility on the evidence from Japanese regional data
R Dekle
Journal of International Economics 41 (1-2), 53-72, 1996
1211996
Financial liberalization and money demand in ASEAN countries: implications for monetary policy
MR Dekle, M Pradhan
International Monetary Fund, 1997
1101997
High interest rates and exchange rate stabilization in Korea, Malaysia, and Thailand: An empirical investigation of the traditional and revisionist views
R Dekle, C Hsiao, S Wang
Review of International Economics 10 (1), 64-78, 2002
952002
Exchange rate fluctuations, financing constraints, hedging, and exports: Evidence from firm level data
R Dekle, HH Ryoo
Journal of International Financial markets, Institutions and money 17 (5 …, 2007
812007
On the development of rotating credit associations in Japan
R Dekle, K Hamada
Economic Development and Cultural Change 49 (1), 77-90, 2000
742000
The yen and Japanese manufacturing employment
R Dekle
Journal of International Money and Finance 17 (5), 785-801, 1998
641998
Robots and industrial labor: Evidence from Japan
R Dekle
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 58, 101108, 2020
572020
Do foreign bank affiliates cut their lending more than the domestic banks in a financial crisis?
R Dekle, M Lee
Journal of International Money and Finance 50, 16-32, 2015
542015
Whither Chinese growth? A sectoral growth accounting approach
R Dekle, G Vandenbroucke
Review of Development Economics 14 (3), 487-498, 2010
512010
Financial liberalization and money demand in the ASEAN countries
R Dekle, M Pradhan
International Journal of Finance & Economics 4 (3), 205-215, 1999
511999
The Japanese banking crisis and economic growth: Theoretical and empirical implications of deposit guarantees and weak financial regulation
R Dekle, K Kletzer
Journal of the Japanese and international economies 17 (3), 305-335, 2003
492003
Japanese monetary policy and international spillovers
R Dekle, K Hamada
Journal of International Money and Finance 52, 175-199, 2015
392015
Interest rate stabilization of exchange rates and contagion in the Asian crisis countries
R Dekle, C Hsiao, S Wang
Financial crises in emerging markets, 347, 2001
382001
Japan's high saving rate reaffirmed
R Dekle, LH Summers
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1991
381991
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